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The City: Port-au-Prince
Edwidge Danticat returns to Haiti and finds resilience and regeneration.
Your Silence Is Killing Us
Western nations are showing Assad he can get away with continuing his father's violence in Syria.
Land of the Scary Dragon
Dinosaur finds are popping up all over China, revolutionizing our understanding of the ancient creatures.
The Kremlin plays a dangerous game by pandering to far-right hate groups.
Under Siege In Somalia
A people plagued by catastrophic famine—and the tyranny of Islamist fanatics.
Global New Deal
Gordon Brown's manifesto to save America—and the world economy.
Erdogan 1, Ataturk 0
Turkey’s generals resign en masse—and make the country’s strongman even stronger.
At Dr. Abdi’s farm outside Mogadishu, she and her nurses lined up what look like dusty bundles.
Obama's Secret Surge
What has actually changed since the Bush administration? Tony Dokoupil crunches the numbers.
The need for a responsible press to dig deep, and then even deeper.
Deng! The Story of Wonder Wendi
The protective wife of Rupert Murdoch.
Rupe’s Hacks Dodge Flak
Kowtowing to Rupert has been the political norm on three continents, but most excruciatingly in Britain.
Italy Is Venal, but It’s Not Greece
Rome’s balance sheet looks awful. There is, however, a bright side!
David Cameron Loves a Crisis
The Murdoch scandal proves it: the prime minister is brilliant under fire—and otherwise a bit of a muddler.
The City: Zurich
Alain de Botton celebrates a place where nothing is flashy.
When Dictators Shoot Back
Gaddafi and Assad are unyielding and murderous. Has the Arab Spring turned into an Arab Hell?
The Maid’s Tale
In an exclusive interview with Christopher Dickey and John Solomon, Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s accuser tells of the alleged rape.
India Conquers the World
After a long eclipse, an ancient country finally returns as a force in global business and culture.
The Empire Strikes Back
The 80-year old mogul couldn't resist a shot at rivals with "dirty hands" for trying to build the "hysteria" of the phone-hacking scandal.
Egypt Boils Over
A NEWSWEEK/DAILY BEAST poll of Egyptian voters portends trouble for the West with this fall's elections approaching in Egypt.
Big Red Passes the Buck
Rebekah Brooks's testimony before Parliament describes a newsroom chain of command that other editors would not recognize.
Too Proud to Be Jealous
Why does wife Anne Sinclair put up with DSK? How French women think.
A History of Distrust
U.S. relations with Pakistan are at a low point. A new book provides some context.
Italy’s Luxury Bailout
With its economy in tatters, Italy was unable to preserve its cultural heritage—until the moguls arrived.
My Life as the Devil’s Double
They forced me to stand in for Saddam’s son. I escaped—but never got my revenge.
No Man’s Island
It’s remote, sparsely populated and rich in natural resources. Welcome to West Papua’s war with Indonesia.
Out of Struggle, Nationhood
South Sudan’s new leader must build a state from a legacy of violence.
Soccer’s Wardrobe Malfunction
FIFA says headscarves are unsafe. Iran is crying foul. Inside the controversy.
China's New Shangri-La
The City of Dali is a traveler’s Dream: a taste of old China in an idyllic setting. But is it destined to be ruined by tourism?